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arrows?


Is there a way to draw an arrow as easy as a line?
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Re: arrows?

Hermann,
What are you trying to do with the arrow? Do you plan to attach something
else to the arrow?
Regards,
Rick B.

Re: arrows?


"Ricky Black" wrote:
>Hermann,
>What are you trying to do with the arrow? Do you plan to attach something
>
>else to the arrow?
>
>Regards,
>Rick B.
>
>Hello Rick,

as I mentioned once before in this forum, i like to use se2d for sketches for structural
calculations. So I need arrows to symbolise forces. Attached you find an example.
By the way
To draw an arrow, I draw a line and a triangle and then I fill the triangle. Then
I block these elements.
Regards
Hermann

Re: arrows?


Herman, try either a connector or leader under ANOTATIONS. You have choices as to
how the start/stop ends appear.
Ron
"Hermann Aigner" wrote:
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>
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>"Ricky Black" wrote:
>>Hermann,
>>What are you trying to do with the arrow? Do you plan to attach something
>>
>>else to the arrow?
>>
>>Regards,
>>Rick B.
>>
>>Hello Rick,

>
>as I mentioned once before in this forum, i like to use se2d for sketches
>for structural
>calculations. So I need arrows to symbolise forces. Attached you find an example.
>By the way
>To draw an arrow, I draw a line and a triangle and then I fill the triangle.
>Then
>I block these elements.
>
>Regards
>
>Hermann
>
Ronald W Latour